Apex, NC, December 01, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Apex Town Council has unanimously approved new guidelines regarding incentive grants for economic development in Apex. These guidelines will be used by Wake County Economic Development and other agencies and will be shared with businesses that are interested in either relocating or expanding in Wake County. Under the new guidelines, the town will consider each opportunity on its individual merits and any incentives will be at the sole discretion of the Apex Town Council.
The purpose of the guidelines is to expand economic development opportunities for the Town of Apex that will diversify or expand the tax base, offer improved employment opportunities for its citizens and promote the economic growth and welfare of the local business and industrial community. The guidelines were drafted with input from the Apex Chamber of Commerce and were endorsed by the Chamber’s Board of Directors.
About the Apex Chamber of Commerce
The mission of the Apex Chamber of Commerce is to advocate for the business community and promote a vibrant and engaged membership.
Founded in 1958, the Chamber has an engaged operating group, motivated volunteers and a dedicated professional staff poised to implement progressive programs that aid in the profitability of its members, build a better economic community, develop future leaders and enhance small business development and growth.
Located in the historic Apex Depot (built in 1914 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places), the Apex Chamber of Commerce has been serving the business community and citizens of Apex, North Carolina for half a century.
To learn more about the Chamber and its initiatives call 919.362.6456 or visit www.apexchamber.com.